November 28, 2011

Natural Gas Prices by State

Yesterday I showed the historical trend for natural gas prices nationally.   Today I'll continue the fascinating discussion of natural gas prices by looking at the price for each state.   I once again got the information from the U.S. Energy Information Administration.

For comparison also see my previous article on average electricity cost by state.

Below are the prices for each state in dollars per 1000 cubic feet of natural gas.   These are average residential rates per state.



2010 2009
U.S.A 11.21 12.14
Alabama 15.92 18.12
Alaska 8.89 10.23
Arizona 15.86 17.65
Arkansas 11.52 13.39
California
9.43
Colorado 8.14 8.8
Connecticut 14.93 14.81
Delaware
17.79
D.C.
13.92
Florida 18.14 20.18
Georgia 15.56 16.3
Hawaii 44.62 36.37
Idaho 9.08 10.54
Illinois 9.39 8.98
Indiana 8.52 10.81
Iowa 9.59 9.83
Kansas 10.64 11.1
Kentucky 10 11.96
Louisiana 11.79 13.15
Maine 14.14 16.43
Maryland
13.73
Massachusetts
14.85
Michigan 11.25 11.27
Minnesota 8.7 8.99
Mississippi 10.01 11.22
Missouri
12.61
Montana 8.67 9.5
Nebraska 8.96 9.34
Nevada 12.25 13.18
New Hampshire
15.33
New Jersey
14.54
New Mexico 9.61 9.53
New York 14.04 15.05
North Carolina
14.25
North Dakota 8.08 8.46
Ohio 11.02 12.68
Oklahoma
11.39
Oregon 12.81 14.52
Pennsylvania 12.94 14.74
Rhode Island
17.06
South Carolina
14.91
South Dakota 8.77 9.14
Tennessee 10.21 12.16
Texas 10.76 11.19
Utah 8.21 8.95
Vermont 16.14 17.29
Virginia
13.83
Washington 12.26 13.95
West Virginia 11.35 14.75
Wisconsin 10.34 10.76
Wyoming 8.47 9.39

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